TARLO, RELLY - Territorial Landscape No. 1

Edition of 250. "Recorded in 1978 at Josef Mar-Chaim Studio, Tel-Aviv, Israel. Instruments: contra bass w one mounted string, mouth harmonica, electric organ & metal plates. Voice; Syrian muezzin, recorded live in Nazareth." - Slowscan.  First release since his excellent 1984 LP, "Tracks 2".

"Relly Tarlo studied interior design at the Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten in The Hague, was participant of the Ateliers 63 in Haarlem and studied at the Jan van Eyck Academie in Maastricht. Since the early 1970s, he has developed an artistic work for which sound, sculpture and architecture are combined. Tarlo founded the Tarlo Bedaux Productions in 1980 together with his partner Jacoba Bedaux (1942-2002) and the series "Tracks" was created. It is a series of sound performances in the form of installations where continuous acoustic sound waves are generated by rolling marbles, ping-pong balls and other objects through tubes of different lengths and diameters made of different materials (PVC, glass, cardboard). The sound is acoustically amplified and harmonized in several works with a contact microphone." - Wikipedia.

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